Stroke - Minimise Risk

Stroke - Minimise Risk

Loss of brain function is the result of a stroke, which can be caused by a leakage of blood (haemorrhage), or a lack of bloodflow to the brain (ischemia), which in turn, is caused by a blockage (thrombosis or arterial embolism). The effects of a stroke can include loss of movement of one or more limbs on one side of the body, retarded or reduced speech ability and vision.

A stroke is considered a medical emergency and can cause permanent damage and complications to the brain. Risk factors include diabetes, high cholesterol, smoking, atrial fibrillation (irregular, rapid heartbeat, or quivering of the upper chambers of the heart), high blood pressure and previous strokes.


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